Wild Hearts, Book 2
When wild and sweet meet . . .
Z Beckett had always curbed the savage streak inside him when it came to his younger, fragile next-door neighbor, Ursa Esterbrook. Ursa was all that was good and right in the world. When Ursa unexpectedly walks in on an explosive situation involving Z and some vicious members of a biker crime syndicate, Z's protective instincts blaze to the forefront. The only problem is, so does something else . . . something dark, forbidden, and intoxicatingly sweet. From the first taste of Ursa, he's lost. He's a despoiler of a girl that everyone calls a saint. What's worse? He longs to do it all over again.
Ursa Esterbrook had always had a crush on Z Beckett: the older bad-boy who may have been rough with others, but always reserved a sweet spot for her. When the opportunity finally arises for her to fulfill her fantasies, she doesn't hesitate. She's thrilled by Z's forceful possession in bed. Unfortunately, he's horrified by what he has done. It's going to take some convincing to prove to him that she has every bit the strength, faith, and fire inside her to meet his dark and demanding nature.